By April 20, 2010

3M MPro150 Pocket Projector unboxing video

3M-Mpro-150.preview Quite some time ago we reviewed the Pico pocket projector which I believe was the first of its kind. Since then we’ve been hearing about how projectors are getting smaller and smaller and that they are even finding their way in to mobile phones and digital cameras now.

3M recently launched their MPro series of pocket projectors and we have the MPro150 here to review. It’s a little bigger than the Pico that we had all that time ago but it’s much more feature rich, has a larger native resolution and greater brightness.

One of the really cool features of the MPro is that it has 1GB of built in memory or can accept a MicroSDHC memory card from which it can read and display content for stand-alone PC-free presentations! It supports not only Powerpoint files but also Word, Excel, plain text, MP3 and MP4 video files. So you can in fact watch a movie from this little thing if you wanted to!

I’ll be using the 3M MPro150 Pocket Projector over the next few weeks as I do have some presentations to give. I’ll come back and let you know how it fairs against the not-so-portable projectors available too. Have a look at the unboxing video below for a tour of the unit and a quick demo of the user interface and playback of stored files.

3M MPro150 Pocket Projector unboxing video

 

 

The 3MT MPro150 is the newest hand-held, battery-operated projector from 3M. Now you can project cord-free with internal storage that enables you to download and organize your files. Project images and videos on almost any wall, almost anywhere. It supports the most popular apps in the Microsoft Office SuiteĀ®, AdobeĀ® PDF as well as movies and other file formats.

3M MPro150 Pocket Projector specification:

  • Resolution: VGA (640 x 480)
  • Brightness: 15 ANSI lumens
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3
  • Display Type: LCOS
  • Native: VGA (640 x 480) Maximum: WXGA (1280 x 768)
  • Video Signals: NTSC, PAL
  • Component, RCA: Y,Pb,Pr x 1
  • Composite Video, RCA: 0 x 1
  • VGA: Analog data, mini D-Sub 15-pin x 1
  • USB Type A: 0 x 1
  • Stereo Mini-Jack: 3.5 mm x 1
  • Built-in Audio 2 x .5 W

 

Posted by: Matt

Posted in: Videos/Unboxings

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